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Meaning of “leopard” - Learner’s Dictionary

leopard

noun [C]     /ˈlepəd/
B2 a large, wild animal of the cat family, with yellow fur and dark spotsFelines (cats)
Translations of “leopard”
in Arabic فَهْد…
in Korean 표범…
in Malaysian harimau bintang…
in French léopard…
in Turkish leopar…
in Italian leopardo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豹…
in Russian леопард…
in Polish lampart, pantera…
in Vietnamese con báo…
in Spanish leopardo…
in Portuguese leopardo…
in Thai เสือดาว…
in German der Leopard…
in Catalan lleopard…
in Japanese ヒョウ…
in Indonesian macan tutul…
in Chinese (Simplified) 豹…
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